Written by Denise Gary, President & Executive Director of KNTR
Crix Lee from GirlGamer.com attended the Halloween Dr. Horrible Screening, and shares her report of the event with Whedonopolis.com! For those of you who were there, enjoy! For those who couldn’t make it, see a little bit of what you missed and make plans to join us for Halloween 2010!!! And don’t miss the premiere interview of Whedonopolis’s own Kelly Amor!!!
In addition to seeing these two events on the large screen with cinema sound, the drawing prizes and other interactive goodies made this the Halloween event to be at.
On behalf of Fandom Charities, Whedonopolis and Kids Need To Read we want to say “Thank you” for attending our 2nd Annual Charity Screening of Dr Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and The Guild Season 2 on October 30th. We had a great time and we hope that you did as well!
Great News:The total is in, and with your help we’ve raised $5,004.79 for Kids Need To Read! Thank you to everyone who helped us raise so much money for such a worthy cause!
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Oh, the weather outside was frightful – but that didn’t stop fans of Joss Whedon from attending the Paley Center for Media’s screening of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog in New York City on the Friday before Christmas. Yes, there was snow and ice and, well, more snow — but you couldn’t tell from the audience turnout on Friday night. The 200 seat theatre was almost full of Whedon fans — old and new, from near and far. There were die-hard Buffy fans, Browncoats, anxious soon-to-be Dollhouse fans and a couple of newly recruited Dr. Horrible fans.
So, did you like the screening? We’ve noticed a few blogs, and a few YouTube posts, etc. around the net. Los Angeles’ first screening of The Guild and Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog seems to have been a hit! As the Whedonopolis team begins to wind down and assume normal lives again, you’ll be able to see more posts here, from us, about the evening.
Halloween Night in West Hollywood now has a new address – the Regency Fairfax Theater at the charity screening of Joss Whedon’s cyber hit Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. As early as 7:30 PM people, dressed in their Halloween best goggles-and-labcoat, were lined up outside the theater on a balmy Halloween night, ready for the big-screen debut not only of Dr. Horrible but also The Guild, another internet-only show. The prints for both Dr. Horrible and The Guide were produced by Whedonopolis’ own DVD author, Josh Rubinstein, as exclusive movie-sized open-caption prints along with karaoke-style lyrics so that those who have not committed the libretto to memory could still sing right along.
Photos courtesy of David Mello.
It’s Friday and Dr. Horrible hits Comic-Con, but, fortunately, not with his freeze ray. Ballroom 20 filled with fans, among them many Dr. Horrible imitators and also some of his nemesis Captain Hammer.